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Hebden Bridge Arts Festival

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Quirky and distinctive, Hebden Bridge Arts Festival is an annual celebration of our town’s creativity and unique landscape. We pride ourselves in bringing together locals and visitors alike to enjoy a feast of creativity in magical places and spaces. Now in its 21st year, it’s one of Yorkshire’s longest running arts festivals with a reputation for delivering big names in a local setting.

Recent festival highlights have included: John Cooper Clarke, Tracey Thorn, Daniel Kitson, Stewart Lee, Andrew Weatherall, Carol Ann Duffy, Jacqueline Wilson, Martin Parr, Val McDiarmid, June Tabor…

It’s also a festival of experiences for you and your families to enjoy. So whether you’re a festival first timer or a regular, there’s something for everyone. Sit back, take part, join in…

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